OUR PUBLICATIONS HELP US IMPROVE OUR SERVICES
This was an intense 1 year job researching the articles published about anomalies in the upper cervical area. It could be considered a review of the literature.
Details of the book: 21.59 x 27.94 cm .; Full color on white paper; Number of Pages: 494 pp .; First Edition 2012; Second Edition 2015; Language: English.
My research to improve clinical outcomes through the Atlas Orthogonal technique are reflected in this book. Some will appreciate it, others will not care.
This book was published to inform the patient about the treatment I offer in my clinic to understand exactly what I do and how it will improve your health. Contains important and necessary information for the patient to cooperate at all times with the Doctor for best treatment outcomes.
Details of the book: 21.59 x 27.94 cm .; Full color on white paper; Number of pages: 46 p .; First Edition 2014; Language: Spanish and Catalan.
Another booklet publishing my research to improve clinical outcomes through the "Atlas Orthogonal" technique. This time, on the measurement of the asymmetry of the legs and feet. Some will appreciate it, others will not care.
This book analyzes, according the "scientific method", one of the most widely used tests by chiropractors: the "leg check", which measures the relative distance of the legs to detect a supposed type of spinal injury and its response after chiropractic interventions.
Book details: 29 x 22 cm.; Full-color photo album; Number of pages: 46 pp.; First Edition 2017; Language: Spanish.
Valdivia Tor J., (2017). Leg Length Inequality as a Chiropractic Metric: a Historical Approach. Chiropractic History 37 (1), 42-50.
Joaquin Valdivia Tor, D.C. Prediction of the Axial Rotation of the Atlanto-Occipital Joint by Means of the Modified Manual Ankle Rigidity Test and Radiography: Study Protocol for a Randomized Double-Blind, Controlled Trial. Annals of Vertebral Subluxation Research. November 30, 2017. Pages 286-296.
Valdivia Tor, J., (2017). The Last Ten Years of D.D. Palmer, "As I See It". Chiropractic History 37(2), 29-51.
To conduct and publish scientific studies is not an easy task for those who are not exclusively dedicated to this task. In this clinic we will cooperate with any authority to scientifically document the work we do.